The Wicked Girls
Publish date: February 1st 2012
Pages no: 378
Edition language: English
, British Literature
, Book Club
, Adult Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
That's it, that's us: not 'the suspects', not 'the children in custody'. We're The Girls Who Killed Chloe. We are the Devil now. -Prologue She knows enough about self-esteem to know that people without it invite trouble into their lives without even realizing they're doing so. -Chapter 24 Let's ...
his was a good mystery but I didn't enjoy a few things:1. At the beginning of a chapter, I was always confused with who was talking. Not a biggie, but kind of threw me off.2. The ending. I do not like happy endings, but I do think that just and fair endings are necessary. The ending in this book was...
Apparently, 25 years ago, two 11 year old girls committed a crime, possibly causing the death of a younger child. The first 3/4 of this book alludes to something of that nature. After being released from their respective juvenile facilities, each girl does her best to blend into every day life by cr...
"The Wicked Girls" is an interesting book - when you start to read it you are kind of expecting a fairly straightforward murder mystery with perhaps the small twist being the fact that the main characters themselves committed a murder. What you actually get is a pretty darn good social comment on ch...
Perfect review from http://oxocubeeditorial.blogspot.co.uk/2012/03/review-wicked-girls-by-alex-marwood.htmlAlex Marwood’s The Wicked Girls tells the story of two 11-year old girls, convicted of the murder of a four-year old child in the eighties and the resulting public outrage. After 25 years, Kirs...